ULV raises nearly $2 million at Gala

University of La Verne mascots Leo and Lea greet guests of the Scholarship Gala at The Rock on Saturday. The annual gala is the University’s big fundraising event that draws hundreds of guests, including alumni, donors, civic leaders and many other members of the community. / photo by Kim Toth
University of La Verne mascots Leo and Lea greet guests of the Scholarship Gala at The Rock on Saturday. The annual gala is the University’s big fundraising event that draws hundreds of guests, including alumni, donors, civic leaders and many other members of the community. The University of La Verne nearly raised $2 million at the 25th annual Gala. / photo by Kim Toth

Kim Toth, a junior photography major, is photography editor for the Campus Times and a staff photographer for La Verne Magazine. Her work can be found in Instagram at @kim_t_photos and @kimberlytothphotos.

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